Emotional well-being in school is important for students' future success.

Why students’ emotional well-being in school is tied to their success


A new report outlines how positive emotional well-being in school can help students develop the right skills to excel in higher ed and the workforce

Alongside growing awareness about the benefits of social and emotional learning (SEL), new research from Microsoft demonstrates once again that emotional well-being in school is a strong predictor of academic and workplace success.

The Microsoft report addresses the growing role artificial intelligence has in the labor market, and emphasizes the way skills such as emotional regulation, empathy, collaboration, and creativity (often also called soft skills) will help prospective
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